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Practical Tips for London Clubbing London is well-known for its unbeatable nightclub scene. But before you party till dawn, learn some tips to help you enjoy and be safe. Getting Tickets Prices of tickets to a club can range from free admission to a maximum of ?25 apiece, depending on the night of the week and, of course, the club itself. Usually, clubs will sell advance tickets in advance via a ticketing website, some local specialist record shops, and even certain specialist dance music websites. If you pay at the door, queuing can go from instant to up to an hour or even longer, depending on how big the event is. Paying at the door can take one minute to one hour or something longer, depending on the popularity of the event. There are clubs with student nights and obviously, they will be cheaper for those with a valid student ID.
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Operation Hours As you can expect, Friday and Saturday nights are the busiest London clubs can be. Majority of them open at 10pm and close anytime from 4am to 6am. DJ Bars, however, may open and close much earlier. In London, clubbing on Sunday morning, afternoon or evening – called “afterparties” – has become very popular in the past few years. But save for some really high-profile events, these are rarely as busy as Friday or Saturday nights.
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Age Restrictions Clubs often have a policy that restricts entry to those younger than 21, though for some events, the age limit is 18, which is the legal age for purchasing alcohol. Then again, such rules are not always enforced, except when you obviously look younger than the required age. Dress Code Dress codes in London clubs vary. Most “music-oriented” clubs don’t give a care what people wear. Guys are often seen wearing trainers, jeans and shirts, while gals tend to be fancier in their choice of clothing. Of course, if an occasion calls for a particular dress theme, such as Halloween, anyone who is not dressed appropriately will be refused entry. There are some elite clubs in London known as West End clubs, which are a lot stricter in everything, whether it’s the age limit or the dress code. Safety London clubs are generally safe, but there are, of course, certain precautions clubbers must take for their own protection. For example, “spiking”- someone dropping some type of drug into a drink and the owner doesn’t know it – is best avoided by staying away from strangers. Girls are particularly vulnerable to this and must always be careful. As well, in most of the clubs, there’s going to a cloakroom or coatcheck facility where guests can leave your coat and other stuff, but to avoid losses, it’s always good not to leave anything that’s valuable enough. The best option is just to avoid bringing any valuables in the first place.